Survey: Should The Census Count War Veterans?
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Should The Census Count War Veterans?

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TOPIC: Between 1954 and 1975 2.7 million Americans served in-country Vietnam. An additional 400,000 Americans served in Vietnam waters. In 1995 a group of veterans organizations led by the American War Library conducted a nationwide survey which reported that over 9 million Americans claimed to have served in-country Vietnam. To date the United States Census conducted every 10 years has never counted the number of living war veterans who served in-country or in-waters during a conflict period... the U.S. Census counts only "Era" veterans.





Should the U.S. Census also count the number of living veterans who srved in-country and in-waters during a conflict?

Yes
No

Do you feel the criminal penalty for falsely responding to a U.S. Census questionnaire on war veteran status should mandate monetary fine and jail time?

Yes
No

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Periodic Survey Results

  • Should the U.S. Census also count the number of living veterans who srved in-country and in-waters during a conflict?

    Yes: 99%
    No: 01%

  • Do you feel the criminal penalty for falsely responding to a U.S. Census questionnaire on war veteran status should mandate monetary fine and jail time?

    Yes: 99%
    No: 01%


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